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Old 17-03-14, 11:04 AM
Harishanim Harishanim is offline
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Help with Wi-Fi Range

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i recently moved my computer room two rooms away from my bed room and now the wifi wont reach till there, i mean it does but very very little not even a bar, i have my cisco n300 router which came with the internet and my asus rog antenna or what ever it is thats connected to the mpcie but both of them are just a feet apart from each other and i cant move the router even a room away coz i need it connected to my comp to fix internet issues that happen frequently


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Old 17-03-14, 12:50 PM
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Check your router is set to an unused channel. I check my local WiFi using a WiFi analyser app on my smartphone to find a channel nobody else nearby is using, and use that. Makes a big difference to the range and signal quality.
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Old 17-03-14, 01:27 PM
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Dowload inSSIDer and use it to check if the channel you are on is overused and change to a less used channel (1,6,11 are the best channels because they don't overlap).
Otherwise I'd buy a pair of powerlines.
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Old 19-03-14, 05:48 PM
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The router may just need to be replaced. The best option I would give you is restart the router. You don't have a terribly advanced router so advanced options may not be available.
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